Phill Jupitus

Begin your day with Phill at breakfast.

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Begin your day with Phill at breakfast.

Phill sits in with top tunes and great features, plus he counts down the Top 40 collaborations and Jeff Simpson recommends the week's big new films.

Sitting in for Stephen Merchant, Phill broadcasts live from the Edinburgh Festival.

Sitting in for Stephen Merchant, Phill broadcasts live from Edinburgh.

Sitting in for Stephen Merchant, Phill broadcasts from Edinburgh.

Phill sits in for Stephen Merchant, presenting live from Edinburgh.

Phill's got top guests, cutting edge music and his own inimitable brand of banter to keep you company at breakfast.

Each Tuesday we get technical in the company of Dave Green, the journalist who leads us with an expert hand through the unknown terrain of new websites, games and gadgets.

Phill's got top guests, cutting edge music and his own inimitable brand of banter to keep you company at breakfast, plus Ian Nathan discusses the week's new film and DVD releases.

Phill's here with top guests, cutting edge music and his own inimitable brand of banter, plus music journalist Patrick Humphries reviews one of the current classic re-releases.

Calvin Harris, just 23 years old and hailing from Dumfries, made his debut album I Created Disco in his bedroom on a battered old Amiga computer.

Now touring with a full band and a great live show, he drops in to talk to Phill.

Plus, music journalist Stevie Chick reviews new music out this week.

As Madness return with a brand new single, Phill's joined by Mark and Woody today who will keep us updated on one of Britain's favourite bands.

Phill's got top guests, cutting edge music and his own inimitable brand of banter.

Plus, Andrew Purcell, our NYC correspondent, brings us the week's cultural highlights from the US.

Phill's got cutting edge music and his own inimitable brand of banter to keep you company at breakfast.

Today he's joined by Mint Royale.

Today he's joined by singer-songwriter Scott Matthews ahead of his UK tour.

The Fratellis momentarily break from their UK tour to drop in and talk to Phill about their debut album and life on the road.

Emma McGlynn returns as leader of The Monorails to talk to Phill about her second album and current European tour.

Our New York City correspondent, Andrew Purcell, brings us the week's cultural highlights from the East Coast of the US.

Go Home Productions, the brainchild and working title of DJ and mash up king extraordinaire Mark Vidler, returns to the studio to talk about his first official album.

Two years in the making, it highlights Vidler's ability to splice the likes of Franz Ferdinand and Malcolm Mclaren for the exquisite Franz Buffalo or Peggy Lee and Iggy Pop with Passenger Fever.

The Secret Show join us to talk about their debut album.

Formed by Funeral For A Friend vocalist Matt Davies, who, weary after six months on the road, has returned home to South Wales to temporarily forsake his hard rocking day job and turn instead to his acoustic guitar to piece together an album closer to alt country than heavy metal.

He promises to tell us all about it.

It's Valentines Day at 6 Music so Phill kicks off the quiz Mr and Mrs, where couples in bands go head to head, with contestants from Hot Puppies.

Plus you pick the Slow Dance to end the show.

Film director Stevan Riley joins Phill to discuss his new documentary film, which traces the rivalry and passion in the annual Oxford v Cambridge boxing match.

Singer Rose Kemp joins him this morning.

It's nearly ten years since Bowling For Soup released their debut album and today the Texan band join Phill to talk about their latest release.

Phill's got cutting edge music and his own inimitable brand of banter to keep you company at breakfast plus Belinda Carlisle talks to Phil about her new French language album.

Phill's got top guests, cutting edge music and his own inimitable brand of banter to keep you company at breakfast and today is joined by comic Ted Chippington.

Plus he's joined by writer, comedian and musician Adrian Edmondson.

Phill's live from Queens University Student Union in Belfast this morning with special guests, The Automatic.

Phill's got cutting edge music and his own inimitable brand of banter to keep you company at breakfast and today is joined by singer songwriter Jesse Malin.

Sunderland trio and 6 Music favourites Field Music join Phill to talk about their debut album.

Plus film journalist Ian Nathan reviews the new releases set to make a splash this week.

Photographer and director Rankin joins Phill this morning, talking about his new film The Lives Of The Saints, an urban drama with a fantastical edge.

Previous visits have introduced us to German Country and Western bands with fanatical online communities, plus a website dedicated to knitting zombies.

What will he unearth this week?

Singer and stand up Charlie Dore joins Phill this morning to talk about her new album.

Previous songs have been covered by artists from Tina Turner to George Harrison, so expect high standards from this new release.